Marondera’s victim of love survives to tell his story

As his surname suggests, he regrets the day he met his ex-lover Mercy Nhira (24) in central Marondera before the two agreed to temporarily renew their intimate relationship.
By Jairos Saunyama Sep. 16, 2023

Navigating post-election anxieties, stress in workplace

All elections have an impact on the workers, employers and various stakeholders either positively or negatively as they determine policies that impact them.
By Emmanuel Zvada Sep. 12, 2023

Sadc chief observer Mumba digs in

Mumba also condemned the attack on his mission by some Zimbabwean citizens on social media, who felt that the Sadc report was biased, saying they should go the legal route.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 5, 2023

Voters roll ruling backlash unnerves judge

Katiyo on Monday dismissed the application as not urgent, sparking fury among the opposition camps.
By Desmond Chingarande Aug. 17, 2023

Personal trauma inspires touching exhibition

In the age of social media, many young black women present themselves and share exclusively positive aspects of their lives.
By Nyadzombe Nyampenza Aug. 8, 2023

Criticism over 'leak' of Kenyatta's UK trip details

Last week, the former president accused the government of harassing his family.
By Bbc News Aug. 1, 2023

Mambo Guramatunhu: A naughty wordsmith of note

He plays it with proficiency and one of the songs he played at one of his workshops was Maticha Kutsakara Ngenda, a song which warns teachers against abusing students.
By Tendai Sauta Aug. 1, 2023

Rogue traffic enforcers undermining business in CBD

Every day, social media is awash with videos of people complaining about the conduct of municipality officials when enforcing traffic laws.
By Tinashe Makichi Jul. 21, 2023

Kasukuwere plays it back?

Mnangagwa's predecessor, Mugabe, failed to maintain his legacy by remaining in power for too long.
By Sharon Hofisi Jul. 7, 2023